Miss Lee County Fair's
Outstanding Teen 2020
Mikella Anderson is the youngest child to Jacquelyn Killings. A member of mu alpha theta, the math honor society, Mikella is a sophomore at Prattville Christian Academy. With only 8 years of training under her belt from CJ Martin at CJ’s Dance Factory, Mikella is an accomplished dancer and showcases her skills often in national competitions and as a member of the Prattville Ballet. She has also been featured as a guest dancer for several studios in Alabama. Never one to stay still, when she isn’t honing her own dancing skills or hitting the books, Mikella can be found teaching beginning dance classes, volunteering for the Be Meaningful program in Prattville, or raising awareness and money for her platform.
Mikella’s platform is Color for a Cure: A Beautiful End to Diabetes. Color for a Cure is a nonprofit organization that promotes diabetes prevention through a healthy diet. Color for a Cure has three main goals: raise funds to support research for a cure to Type 1 diabetes, educate children about the symptoms of diabetes, and educate the public about healthy living and healthy eating to prevent Type 2 diabetes. This cause is near to Mikella because she has seen the effect diabetes has had on members of her family and wants to help prevent others from suffering in any way she can.
This coming March, Mikella will represent the Lee County Fair and Lee County Area at the Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen pageant in Alabaster as Miss Lee County Fair's Outstanding Teen.
"Color for a Cure - A Beautiful End to Diabetes"
Ballet Dance- Pointe- “Red”
I collect seashells to make jewelry.